Yes and I love the movement between 2000 and 2002 (to 2008)... from $46 to $3-$5 hmm. If we learn anything it is to avoid armh when it peaks. Since 2 new competitors came to market in the past year and intc is entering its market this year, it has no other way to go but... you know the rest. Also note that intc has been paying a very high dividend. ARMH's dividend is a joke. The charts do not account for dividend.